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First let me start off by thanking the experts hear for contributing to the community and helping people understand more about hiv and aids. My situation was high risk anal I'm insertive partner with bleeding from partner I know pretty boneheaded and shouldn't never done it.. Partner is pretty promicous I know this for fact and doesn't like condoms... I waited 3months and did a Home access exprese test wich was negative.. My question is what about co infection can it delay results? Also hiv subtype 2 does home access catch it?  I know mostly in west africa but we do have a high west african population in ohio? And last but not least can a miss step in the test like not letting the blood dry the full 30min affect results thank you and advance...
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Yes. Any test still being used today has the 3 month window period.
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Conclusive even with older test?
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?
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Any generation test is conclusive at 3 months.  Between Cincinnati, Columbus and Dayton.
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Appreciate it do you find home access 2nd generation test to be conclusive at 3 months? Also what part of oh r you from?
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Well since there hasn't been anyone in Ohio infected with HIV2 you would have to go to New York and there has only been a handful in New York and all Africans.
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No actually white but into black/african dudes
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Not that I have any problem with it just thought it would have more weight on the questoin
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Then your partner was from West Africa?
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Lol all over to be exact
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All at OSU?
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Columbus
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What city might that be?
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